racer4four

Sydney Australia

It's been years, yes years, and my house runeth over. Lots comes in, little goes out. Karen

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Golden glass from Kurata - Art Glassin Art Glass
Dolphin Glass Japan swirls and a twist - Art Glassin Art Glass
Decanter by Tsugaru Vidro - Art Glassin Art Glass
Cut crystal vase by Kagami Japan - Art Glassin Art Glass
Iridescent glass from Kurata Japan - Art Glassin Art Glass
Unknown glass artist vase from Japan - Art Glassin Art Glass
Traditional Kokeshi - Dollsin Dolls
Age and change - the bread and butter plate - China and Dinnerwarein China and Dinnerw…
Age and change - dinner plates - China and Dinnerwarein China and Dinnerw…
Age and change - the soup bowl. - China and Dinnerwarein China and Dinnerw…

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  1. This beautiful vase is actually plique a jour, a form of cloisonne. Although the Japanese make these too I am pretty sure this one is Chinese, possibly early 2othC, because of it's style. Have a look...
  2. Ah - fire well under control in matchbox town.
  3. I was just reading about lichen. They have just discovered it's not made by a symbiotic relationship of two organisms, but of three! So cool. That red is gorgeous, as is the scenery.
  4. A golden haul!
  5. Such a great lot Judy. The earrings are neat but TBH the box grabs me more. Love the frayed silk.
  6. She is so beautiful.
  7. Good to hear
  8. I'm wondering if it is possibly the lid from an enamel compact?
  9. Gorgeous green beads. I really like this Bonnie.
  10. Nice boxes Val!
  11. A beautiful Japanoise vase!
  12. Getting scary at your place Fran: bears, eagles, fleas!!! I like this lots.
  13. Just stunning Bill!
  14. Fantastic vase and so different to what I have seen from the Gouda region. I love this!!
  15. $1!!! Kill me now!!!
  16. The wheels being negatively cambered like that is probably to help stability in a turn and stop front wheel wobble. The car sure looks fast!
  17. Masters. I get the Japanese vibe!
  18. If Green Lady approves it's gotta be good. Standards must be kept. Thanks VL!
  19. Aww Bill thanks! Much as I would love to have it I will decline. Post cost to Australia is enormous - you could buy a new Holley for the same price. I am very grateful you have offered :)
  20. Thanks so much Sean sweetie!!
  21. Great for you to know. He is still as proud and beautiful as ever!
  22. Such a great piece.
  23. Where's the fire? Awesome set.
  24. The elbows!! I adore these Ivonne and I am so happy you are able to show us somuch Droste work. It is really rare to see it here.
  25. Great pair there Dean!
  26. Awesome and exciting!
  27. Ho2 - excuse my ignorance. What tells you this is Awaji? I may well have passed this by.
  28. I agree - it's a really great Buddha.
  29. Adorable - great dopey pics!!
  30. It looks like it's Italian to me too but any idea why it also says Lowestoft? Is there a military base there?
  31. That's a puny thing to be in so far off the ground. Great photo Rose - it's great your Dad bought it!
  32. It's beautiful Elisabethan, and to me more wearable now the colours have aged. What a great collection of bakelite jewellery you have!
  33. Czech glass. Designed by Hospodka I think for Chribska. If you google that you should find a match.
  34. It's the only company I have seen do that Kevin. There may have been others I don't know about.
  35. I have the same problem Mac. Too much to display, lots in boxes, and selling seems too hard. I would love to be there looking at your treasures as you unpack.
  36. I guess your little voice is a good one Mike. Mine, not so good. I still bring home so many duds:)))
  37. Many thanks for the love and comments Thomas, Scott and Ken. I'm flattered to have so much attention from such a group of guys!
  38. Thanks Elisabethan.
  39. True true KJ. Thanks mate.
  40. Badger hey?! Will be just the thing to go with your beaver silk hats.
  41. I remember this show! Just that little bit of sexual tension happening, and when I look at the clothes I can see why - veeerrry attractive suit for the prof, and Nanny's aprons were too cute!
  42. Lovely green drippy glaze !
  43. The impressed mark is ITALY. It may be difficult to know which company made this, but it's nicely hand painted and I love the fruit!
  44. Amazing
  45. Great finds! Gorgeous.
  46. Great shape and balanced so well by the three curved sections of glaze. Love the glaze too.
  47. I can't believe you found a painting so old, and from a known artist, in an op shop Mike. I find it beautiful.
  48. Sheer talent, made very obvious by the use of a one glass colour. It must be a treat to hold and turn and examine. Congratulations Rick - another fantastic addition to your stellar collection.
  49. Divine - feasts for the eyes. How on earth could I pick a fave amongst them?!
  50. Fantastic bit of furniture!!
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Pre-WWII U.S. 3rd Division Patches Historical photos picked up today

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